Tomorrow, those of us who purchased Star Wars: Battlefront, will get to download and play two new maps for the game. The battle that has everyone excited? It’s the Battle of Jukku, a battle that takes place 29 years before Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
During E3 this year, EA announced that DICE would be working on Star Wars: Battlefront III and released a small teaser. At the time there was zero reference as to when the game would arrive other than it being set for next-gen consoles. Earlier today news of an official release date hit the internet. In a stockholders conference call yesterday, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen revealed a possible release date for DICE’s upcoming next-gen Star Wars: Battlefront reboot. “We have partnered with Walt Disney and LucasFilm to develop a whole new generation of Star Wars games for the console as well
With E3 having been this weekend, all sorts of game news is flooding the nets, but here’s one that is surprising a lot of people. The closing of LucasArts may not be as bad as initially expected as EA has announce that DICE, the guys behind Battlfield and Mirror’s Edge, will be making a new Star Wars: Battlefront title. You can see the quick teaser trailer after the jump.
Over the current generation of consoles, I would say that one of the games well towards the top of my favorites would be Mirror’s Edge. Rumors of a sequel started circling almost immediately upon the initial release and here we are, six years later, finally seeing EA and DICE release a trailer for Mirror’s Edge 2. Take the jump to watch.
Electronic Arts has announced its upcoming Mirror’s Edge video game is getting turned into a comic book from DC’s Wildstorm.Â This is quite the change from what seems to be the norm of having comic books turned into games and movies. Mirror’s Edge the comic combines the talents of writer and story designer Rhianna Pratchett with artist Matthew Dow Smith. Pratchett is also wrote the script for the game, so everything is canon. The six-part comic series will introduce readers to Faith and her fellow â€˜Runnersâ€™ â€“ a “network of couriers who use acrobatic moves to avoid being detected as